Thomas Keeley

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I received an email from the folks at Google AdSense this afternoon; however this email has to be by far the most interesting one that I have received:
Dear Publisher,
We understand that the recent economic turmoil has created a lot of uncertainty in the lives of AdSense publishers. During these difficult times, we’re continuing to invest [...]

Even though there have been many financial experts who have urged the American people to save their money and hold off from unnecessary expenses, there are many entrepreneurs who see the struggling economy as an opportune time to start a new company, or grow their existing enterprises.
While the approaches may differ depending on the sector [...]

I think it’s safe to say that if you’re a small business owner, the last few months have been challenging, especially when it comes to cash flow.
With the costs of postage, paper, fuel, utilities and office space all on the rise (though fuel has come down for now), many small business owners have now found [...]

Will Circuit City go bankrupt?

The past year and a half has been one nightmare after another for one of the nation’s largest electronics retailers.
From incompetent CEO’s, missed sale opportunities, to a struggling economy, Circuit City now finds itself in a position where their prospects for staying afloat seem bleak at best.
In the last year alone, Circuit City has seen [...]

Is Blogging Dead?

Starting a new blog with a post titled “Is Blogging Dead?” is probably not how most bloggers would recommend starting a new venture, however based on some discussions and posts I’ve read, I can’t help but chime in on the question.
This question was derived from a post by Paul Boutin at Wired.com, “Twitter, Flickr, Facebook [...]

  
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